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2-09-2009 @ 3:56PM
I was joking about this yesterday with some guildies. I told them I had -10 PvP skill because I am a female. Joking aside, in a mostly patriarchal society like that of the US, women are less likely to be competitive because of the way they are brought up. It is mostly nurture that makes women not as competitive as men. But it doesn't women aren't or can't be competitive, it is just they prefer to be inclusive and nurturing.
2-09-2009 @ 4:10PM
I just prefer to stick to what I'm good at and leave the other things to people that are good at them.What I'm trying to say here is that I am lazy
2-09-2009 @ 6:10PM
@Ezzy"Joking aside, in a mostly patriarchal society like that of the US, women are less likely to be competitive because of the way they are brought up."Are you serious? This isn't the 1950s. I think you'd be surprised to learn just how many women are brought up to be highly competitive these days. Just sit on the sidelines some weekend and watch a young girls soccer match or two. Don't tell me those girls aren't being raised to be competitive.
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